Examples of The Cards Against Humanity Game
These Cards Against Humanity examples are in the form of Hub polls and just like in the game of Cards Against Humanity you get to choose which answer you think is the funniest, or saddest, or most inappropriate and quite often the choice voted most popular is all three. This game is billed as "politically incorrect" for a reason.
More about the history of the game and where it can be purchased is found here: Cards Against Humanity and Expansion Packs
How To Play Cards Against Humanity
Playing The Cards Against Humanity game:
After the cards have been dealt out, the dealer flips over a black card. That card either asks a question, makes a partial statement or has fill in the blanks. The participants who have been dealt out white cards, choose the card they think will be voted as the best answer by the majority of players... the winner gets a point. Considering it's often a drinking game, keeping the rules simple makes a lot of sense. You should know rather quickly after viewing a few examples whether this is the game for you.
The Cards Against Humanity Examples listed below were taken from the original starter set. The game has since added expansion card packs #1, expansion card packs #2, a "2012" special holiday pack, "2013" 12 day Holiday set and expansion packs #3, #4, and #5. Enjoy!
"Warning"- If you do not understand, or just can't stomach the inglorious dark side of politically incorrect and significantly debasing humor then - "This is not the game for you".
Its So Wrong It's Right; Cards Against Humanity
What Is Cards Against Humanity?
Cards Against Humanity - is a new card game developed by a group of schoolmates with, let's just call it, an avant gard sense of humor. The game itself is relatively simple and plays best with a group of bigoted misanthropes. I suspect Neither "The Church Lady" or "Michelle Obama" would approve and as I recall at least one of their names is written in the cards.
The game has 90 black cards which either ask a question or start a sentence containing one or more blanks and 460 white cards that are words or phrases used to complete a statement or phrase, or answer a question.
So what's the big deal then? Well, the questions and the cards are slanted in such a way that almost every combination will give you a politically incorrect and hopefully humorous response (well it's funny to some of us). If you hang out with a group of friends that will say anything to get a laugh then you'll no doubt get a gut roll going when you play this game.
Since it's roll out in "2011" the game has been upgraded by the addition of the first expansion pack, soon followed by the second expansion pack. Both expansion packs were well received by the CAH following. As well as adding two expansion packs in "2012"; Cards Against Humanity added a Special "2012" Holiday Pack. Nothing says politically incorrect like poking fun at holy holidays. February of "2013" has introduced the third expansion pack.
Cards Against Humanity people aren't bad people, they simply see the world a little more cynically and it shows in their sense of humor. Cards Against Humanity is so wrong, it's right.
Example #1 - What are my parents hiding from me?
Example #2 - Coming to Broadway this season,
Example #3 - Next on ESPN2.
Example #4 - What ended my last relationship?
Example #5 - Why am I sticky?
Example #6 - Why is Mommy crying?
Example #7 - Lifetime presents.
Example #8 - What never fails to liven up a party?
Example #9 - What is the new fad diet?
Example #10 - Good to the last drop.
More Sample Questions
If you're not quite ready to throw in the towel, there are a few more samples at the Mother Lens. ... and if you go down this page a bit you'll find some examples exclusively from the first expansion pack.
Example Page: Question Cards
Example Page: Answer Cards
Examples From The First Expansion Pack
It just gets better. These next examples are exclusively from the Cards Against Humanity first expansion pack. Had enough, or do you want to go on?
Many of the questions seem innocuous, until you pair them with some very horrible ("Funny") answers. It's been difficult, but the worst of the worst cards are not in any of these examples. Think you can find a handful of like minded friends to play? If you can, maybe we should inform the authorities.
Examples From The First Expansion Pack - #1
It just gets better. These next examples are exclusively from the Cards Against Humanity first expansion pack. Had enough, enough or do you want to go on?
Examples From The First Expansion Pack - #2
Examples From The First Expansion Pack - #3
Examples From The First Expansion Pack - #4
Examples From The First Expansion Pack - #5
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Cards Against Humanity The Last Play For Detroit's Economy
Cards For Humility
I have to say; as someone that was born and raised North of the Detroit Metro area I can totally get the humor in this one. "Cards Against Humanity" or "Cards For Humility"? I believe a spin-off is order.
So the black card was played and it read:
In its new tourism campaign, Detroit proudly proclaims that it has finally eliminated _______________________.
The responses were:
1-The harsh light of day.
The votes are in and Detroit's Economy has been eliminated. Well, maybe not officially but certainly within the bounds of this cards game. If you want to write your own history of Detroit then play Cards Against Humanity. You may hate yourself in the morning, but then the walk of shame never was pretty.
You can see the result for the unofficial poll below.
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Are You Offended Yet ? That's what I thought.
Bob Zau (author) on July 19, 2014:
So if you haven't had enough - Check out more Cards Against Humanity Examples
boomersooner29 on June 10, 2014:
Love Cards Against Humanity. It is a great party game.
Anna from chichester on April 17, 2014:
Most fun I've had in about a week haha - I don't get out much since becoming a new mom ;) Really awesome lens
joanzueway on January 16, 2014:
Thank you for this wonderful lens
resabi on October 02, 2013:
I'm late to this party but am embracing it. Thanks for the lens -- I was looking for ________ and your lens ________! (more detailed info/did the trick). Perfect for my wildly inappropriate family.
Erin Mellor from Europe on August 01, 2013:
This looks fun, but I'm hard to offend.
Bob Zau (author) on July 27, 2013:
@anonymous: I know once and a while a combination comes up that makes me cringe a little.
anonymous on July 27, 2013:
I doubt ANYbody has come up with one more offensive than the one I did last night from the question
"I never understood __________ until I encountered ___________". I still feel ashamed from it even though I got the best laugh of the night, I got the point, and the person who should have been most offended said 'you had to play those two cards, it was the only choice you had'.
sue826 lm on May 11, 2013:
Nope - people have to lighten up. I had been wondering about it after seeing it on Amazon. Good lens.
Bob Zau (author) on December 12, 2012:
No, not yet, but you should see some of the answers that I couldn't print here.